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awe of the persistence and skill of the CRESP people. We sent them with every protection we could reasonably devise, but the fact that the expedition was executed safely and successfully in this forbidding environment is quite extraordinary. And then we found that the challenge of analyzing our data proved every bit as difficult as the expedition itself. Intellectually honest and nimble people ?when they are really competent ?will find a way to find out the facts. This is a study of which we are all very proud," said Charles W. Powers, CRESP Principal Investigator and Professor of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School-UMDNJ

Project Efficiency: "I am excited by the fact that we were able, within the very short single season of work, to add so significantly to the geophysical understanding of Amchitka and its marine environment. I worked with excellent teams from four good research universities." David Kosson, head of the CRESP Remediation Center of Expertise and Professor and Chair, the Department of Civil And Environmental Engineering, Vanderbilt University.

Collaboration and Productivity: "It was the most rewarding and productive collaboration in my 30 years of marine research to have the honor of working with Aleut fishermen and other colleagues on this important project to determine that our commercial and subsistence foods are safe free from radionuclide damage for us, the sea lions, halibut and the eagles of Amchitka." Joanna Burger, Rutgers University Professor of Biology, head of the CRESP Ecological Health Center of Expertise and leader of the CRESP Amchitka biological studies.


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